Pamela Anderson, Stan Lee's Wife
Himself, Movie Trailer Announcer
Uatu the Watcher
This is Aquaman's first appearance since the sketch "Real World: Metropolis."
Bizarro: Bizarro hate Paris, hate her very little.
Paris Hilton: Oh, isn't he the cutest?
Bizarro: Paris' crotch smell very sweet. Paris' vagina, very tight!
Stoopid Monkey logo: Spoopid Monkey is holding a bow with an arrow in his eye.
Adult Swim Video airdate: August 31, 2007
The superhero used in the impotence commercial, Hourman, is a longtime member of DC Comics' Justice Society of America. Rex Tyler, the Hourman portrayed in the sketch, is the first character to use the name, but he is not the current Hourman used in the comic books.
The costume is true to Rex Tyler's, although there have been slight differences with artists' interpretations in the comic books over the years.
The sketch looks at the possibility of Hourman commercializing the drug that gives him his hour-long abilities for male impotency. However, the drug Hourman takes is "Miraclo," not "Rigidol."
The Superman arch nemesis and doppelganger is used in a sketch as the new boyfriend of celebrity Paris Hilton.
Bizarro's characterization, while always different among different comic book writers, usually includes the backwards "S" on his chest and speaking opposites. For example, when Bizarro thinks or says "Superman am my best friend," it would translate to any regular person as "Superman is my worst enemy." Bizarro is not meant to be a complete opposite of Superman, merely and "anti-Superman" of sorts.
The man dressed in the colors of the United States flag is none other than Marvel comics superhero Captain America. The sketch he's involved in parodies what would actually happen to the bullets deflected by the hero's shield in a real-life situation.
The enemy firing at the hero during the sketch is Captain America's arch nemesis, the Red Skull.
Stan Lee refers to Captain America's troubles with the ACLU, the abbreviation used for the American Civil Liberties Union.
Uatu, the Watcher
The big-headed character called "the Watcher" is the Marvel character named Uatu, the member of the "Watcher" species who observes Earth and its activities, with an oath of non-interference. He was introduced in the Fantastic Four comics while the Silver Surfer was bringing Galactus to Earth.
During the Stan Lee and Pamela Lee Anderson interview, Stan Lee calls her Stripperella. This is a reference to both the comic book and the short-lived Spike T.V. animated series of the same name in which the super-heroine was based off of Pamela Lee Anderson and in the show's case, voiced by her.
The 40-Year Old Virgin:
The short segment of The 33-Year Old Virgin is a reference/parody to the Steve Carell movie The 40-Year Old Virgin, only it revolves around Jesus Christ.
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